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  • [Howard Zinn raw #32]

    [Howard Zinn raw #32]

    Footage of Eliot Street Cafe and the John F. Kennedy School of Government. Continue reading

  • [Howard Zinn raw #9]

    [Howard Zinn raw #9]

    Scenes from Howard Zinn’s 1999 play Marx in Soho. Continue reading

  • [Howard Zinn raw #6]

    [Howard Zinn raw #6]

    Two students from Sonoma State University drive to San Francisco to pick up Howard Zinn from his hotel. Howard Zinn takes questions at the end of his talk at Sonoma State centering around the conflict in Kosovo and the actions of NATO and the Clinton administration. Continue reading

  • [Howard Zinn raw #5]

    [Howard Zinn raw #5]

    Students at Sonoma State University discuss their admiration for Howard Zinn and what his approach to history has to offer for teachers looking to better engage students. SSU students canvass and rally in support of the student strike. Two SSU students discuss Howard Zinn on their drive to San Francisco to pick him up from his hotel. Continue reading

  • [Howard Zinn raw #4]

    [Howard Zinn raw #4]

    Howard Zinn joins students from the Audubon Expedition Institute for a conversation about environmental justice, the Civil Rights movement, the anti-war movement, alternate media, and how to create social change. Continue reading

  • [Howard Zinn raw #3]

    [Howard Zinn raw #3]

    Howard Zinn joins students from the Audubon Expedition Institute for a conversation about environmental justice, the Civil Rights movement and how to create social change. Continue reading

  • [Howard Zinn raw #2]

    [Howard Zinn raw #2]

    A history teacher leads a discussion with her class at York High School in Oak Park on Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States. They discuss their reactions to the book, his purpose behind writing it, and how it has affected their perpsective on American history. Continue reading

  • [Howard Zinn raw #1]

    [Howard Zinn raw #1]

    Howard Zinn conducts a Q&A session with high school students in Manhattan, Kansas. He speaks on wars throughout history, the prospects of socialism, the US military machine, the state of contemporary left politics, and the importance of critically examining history and the present. Continue reading